Month: December 2007

LSFB350: Lifespring! Family Bible…The Final Episode…Reading Through The Bible In One Year

In this episode, I’m going to give some words of thanks and encouragement. I would first like to thank George Smith, of the “One Minute How-To” podcast. A little over a year ago, he invited me to be on his show to give a one minute how to on any subject I could come up…

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LSFB349: Lifespring! Family Bible…Romans 16…Reading Through The Bible In One Year

Hallelujah! Today we conclude our journey through God’s Word with the reading of Romans 16. Paul sends his greetings to friends, and, prompted by the Holy Spirit, warns the believers about those who would come and preach, using flattery and smooth talk, lessons contrary to the teaching of the Gospel. Please remember to come back…

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LSFB348: Lifespring! Family Bible…Romans 15…Reading Through The Bible In One Year

Paul encourages the strong to help the weak, and the believers to accept each other. He talks about the reason for this letter, and his desire to visit them in Rome.

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LSFB347: Lifespring! Family Bible…Romans 14…Reading Through The Bible In One Year

Paul writes about differences between believers. He who is stronger should not cause the weaker to stumble, he who is weaker should not judge the stronger. Bottom line: let’s agree to disagree agreeably.

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LSWC09: Lifespring! Why Christmas Show “The Birth Of The Messiah”

The blessed day has arrived! Jesus, the Messiah, the King of kings and Lord of lords, God with us, is today born in the town of Bethlehem! Links: Gabe Taviano, of the God’s Mac Podcast read the scripture today. Mario Ajero played “Away In A Manger.” The Swingle Singers sang “The Christmas Song.” The Swingle…

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LSWC08: Lifespring! Why Christmas Show “Memories”

Christmas is many things to many people, beyond the main reason for the season, the celebration of the birth of Jesus, which we’ve spent several episodes talking about, and which tomorrow’s show will certainly be focused upon. For much of the world, Christmas is a common touchstone for us, the one day of the year…

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